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HIA HIAIS Industry Forum Burnie 2020

Event Overview

Learn easy to understand strategies that work. Engaging and in-depth look at business and industry processes and implications that could impact your business.

  • Date Thursday, 06 Aug 2020
  • Time 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
  • RSVP Tuesday, 28 Jul 2020

HIA HIAIS Industry Forum Burnie | Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM - Burnie Arts & Function Centre, 77-79 Wilmont Street, Burnie, TAS

HIA HIAIS Industry Forum Burnie

Date Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 Add to Calendar
Venue Burnie Arts & Function Centre, 77-79 Wilmont Street, Burnie, TAS View Map

Refreshments, morning tea and light lunch provided




Ticket Price
HIA Member Individual Ticket Price
Non Member Individual Ticket Price $110.00

Event Detail

Join us at our first 2020 event, an information packed session to hear from industry leaders on a range of topics.

Silica Awareness: Protect your health – Protect your business.

Learn how to manage the risks and work safely with products containing silica from Keith Ryan – HIA Director Workplace Services and Compliance, Workplace Services.

Contracts and Documents

A workable building contract is important to the success of a building.  Keith will discuss what information should be included in a contract and what mistakes made by builders often cause problems with clients later.

Economic outlook: First look at the year ahead for Tasmania

Stuart Collins, Regional Director Tasmania, will set the scene for the economic road ahead for the residential construction industry.

Mind Matters

Hear from Racheal Downie on how to close the gap between what we know and what we do, and where you want to be in your business.

How to access funding from TBCITB

The Tasmanian Building and Construction Industry Board shares how to obtain funding, apprenticeship incentives, and accessing the industry Training Calendar.

An introduction to Mental Health at Work

One of Tassie’s most knowledgeable Mental Health Trainers, Wendy French, will explain how to create mentally healthy workplaces.

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